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When the full set is worn, the player will turn transparent and pale, giving them a ghostly appearance, along with any other visible accessories.

  • 1 Set Bonus
  • 4 Update Info

Set Bonus [ ]

When a player has the full set of Spectre Armor equipped, they will receive a bonus depending on which helmet they have equipped:

  • If the Spectre Mask is equipped, then any magic damage done to enemies will also release projectiles that home on to other enemies or even on to the original target if no other enemy is nearby, similar to The Horseman's Blade .
  • If the Spectre Hood is equipped, then 20% of magic damage dealt by the player will return to the player with lowest current HP. It will also decrease magic damage by 40%.
  • The Pants do not animate while walking, similar to the bottom of the Robe . This lends to its robe-like appearance.
  • The Magic Cuffs replenish mana supply for any hits taken, and the robes can replenish health WITH the mana from the cuffs (if using the Spectre Hood).
  • With the unique life steal ability, a lot of damage can be taken without dying as long as consistent and sufficient damage is being dealt to enemies.
  • Very fast spells like Crystal Storm , Razorpine or Laser Machinegun will heal with great efficiency.
  • The player can reach a maximum mana of 400 wearing Spectre Armor numerous ways, most notably through the Magic Cuffs accessory and other magic accessories with the " Arcane " (+20 mana) prefix.
  • The Spectre Mask is the damage-based headgear of this armor set, providing you with higher defense and DPS; it is more versatile and superior to the Spectre Hood when you are not constantly sustaining heavy damage. The Spectre Hood  is the more survival-based headgear of this armor set, and may be more useful to players that are hit more often during boss fights.
  • Though the Spectre Bars are a light-blue color, the armor turns out a milky-white color. This however, is the case with many other armors as well.
  • In mobile, the Razorpine and Shadowbeam Staff are still strong choices with the hood on, as the armor still has its original stats.
  • The Butcher's Chainsaw can be used for Life Steal because the sparks are counted as direct magic damage.
  • When in multiplayer, Spectre Armor heals the person closest to the enemy that was damaged, so it might not heal the player with the lowest life if they aren't near enough.
  • This set bonus appears to only be able to activate a certain amount of times per second, tested with a bubble gun and a rainbow gun simultaneously.
  • On the Mobile version which is in 1.2.4, the Hood gives 10% increased magic damage and crit chance instead of 40% decreased magic damage and the Mask gives an extra set bonus of 23% reduced mana usage, which are meant to be attributes of the Spectral Headgear and the Spectral Set's bonus respectively.

Update Info [ ]

  • Now uses Spectre Bars to craft.
  • Spectre Mask was added to the Spectre Armor set.
  • Spectre Armor now heals for 20% instead of 8%
  • Now reduces magic damage by 40% instead of increasing Mana usage by 20%
  • Only heals damage done by Flame Traps when the player has hit them before.
  • Spectre Armor now only heals for 8% instead of 10%
  • Now needs Chlorophyte Bars to craft
  • Total armor rating of the set has been reduced from 32 down to 24.
  • Added to the game.

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Shroomite armor.

Shroomite armor equipped (male)

Shroomite armor is a Hardmode , post- Plantera armor set that boosts the effectiveness of ranged weapons . It is the second-strongest ranger armor available, only beaten by Vortex armor (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) / Titan armor (Old-gen console and 3DS versions) .

A full set of Shroomite armor will provide the following stats:

  • +51 defense
  • +13% ranged damage
  • +25% ranged critical strike chance
  • +20% chance not to consume ammo
  • +12% movement speed

In addition, the armor provides a ×1.15 [1] damage boost to weapons that use a certain type of ammunition , depending on which headpiece is worn:

Shroomite Headgear

Finally, with a full set of Shroomite armor equipped, the player will enter "stealth mode" over the course of 67 ticks [2] (1.12 seconds) when standing still and not using an item. Stealth has the following effects: [3]

  • Near-invisibility
  • +60% ranged damage
  • +10% ranged critical strike chance
  • +50% knockback

The effects begin fading quickly if the wearer starts moving.

Crafting a full set of Shroomite armor with a single headpiece requires 54 Shroomite Bars (or 810 Glowing Mushrooms and (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 270 / (Old-gen console and 3DS versions) 324 Chlorophyte Ores ). A full set with all three headpieces requires 78 Shroomite Bars (1170 Glowing Mushrooms and (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 390 / (Old-gen console and 3DS versions) 468 Chlorophyte Ores).

  • 1.1 Helmet variations
  • 2.1 Recipes
  • 7 References

Shroomite Breastplate item sprite

  • Internal Item ID : 1549
  • Internal Armor ID : 67

Shroomite Leggings item sprite

  • Internal Item ID : 1550
  • Internal Armor ID : 56

Helmet variations

Shroomite Headgear item sprite

  • Internal Item ID : 1546
  • Internal Armor ID : 103

Shroomite Mask item sprite

  • Internal Item ID : 1547
  • Internal Armor ID : 104

Shroomite Helmet item sprite

  • Internal Item ID : 1548
  • Internal Armor ID : 105

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  • The ×1.15 damage boost to the specific ammunition type is applied after applying damage increases from the rest of the armor set, accessories , and buffs . As a result, Shroomite headpieces provide a larger damage bonus than their tooltips would suggest. The overall effect is a 1.15x increase to the potency of ranged damage bonuses (not counting the headpiece itself). For example, a Ranger Emblem would effectively increase ranged damage by 17.25% instead of 15%.
  • The damage boost from the headpieces is applied to all weapons that are able to fire the respective type of ammunition. The damage of the ammunition items themselves is unaffected.
  • (Old-gen console and 3DS versions) The +13% ranged damage bonus from the Shroomite Breastplate is not listed in its tooltip.
  • With a full set of Shroomite armor equipped, the player leaves an afterimage effect during motion, similar to the one displayed by Shadow armor and Hallowed armor , but with a blue tint.
  • Stealth mode does not work while mounted .
  • Using the Rod of Discord or the Hook of Dissonance (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) will not cancel stealth mode.
  • Stealth mode is canceled if the player takes damage, even if they are resistant to knockback . Combined with the fact that the player must stop attacking to regain stealth, the bonus is therefore useless when facetanking or using an invulnerability machine .
  • This armor set has good synergy with the Shiny Stone (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) , as both require the player to stand still and not get attacked to maximize their effectiveness.
  • This armor set also has good synergy with the Sniper Rifle , as stealth massively boosts the Sniper Rifle's main strengths – damage and critical strike chance – even further. With the right loadout, each rifle shot can deal over 1000 damage, killing most non-boss enemies in one hit.
  • The set does not truly make the player invisible, as the armor glows a deep blue. For PvP purposes, consider using the Familiar set in conjunction with Shroomite armor, and with no visible accessories . With stealth active, this can render the character completely invisible to other players. Also see Invisibility Potion .
  • Wearing a Shroomite Mask with Silver Dye can make the player's head resemble a cracked skull.
  • Because many rocket weapons have low base damage and derive their power from the high base damage of their ammo, the Shroomite Helmet is often inferior to the Hallowed Helmet or Adamantite Mask , which boost both weapon and ammunition damage.
  • If not using the stealth properties of this armor, swapping out the Shroomite Leggings for Mythril Greaves or Red Riding Leggings (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) will increase ranged DPS (and minion damage, if using the Red Riding Leggings). Swapping out the Shroomite Breastplate for the Red Riding Dress will provide roughly the same ranged DPS and ammo conservation while adding another 25% minion damage.
  • Some dye combinations make the character sprite appear very near-invisible at night :

Black Dye

Blue and Silver Dye

Frost armor (no dye) vs. Red Dye

Frost armor (no dye) vs. Red Dye

Red and Black Dye

Red and Black Dye

Red and Black Dye

  • Shroomite armor is the only armor that has different headpieces which all grant the same amount of defense.

Desktop version

  • Shroomite Helmet now also applies its bonus to any Ranged projectile shooting weapon which is not otherwise included by the Gun or Bow helmets. This includes such weapons as Dart Guns, Flamethrowers, and Star Cannons. This category of weapons is being referred to as "Specialist" weapons.
  • Fixed a tooltip display bug that caused any weapons buffed by Shroomite Headpieces to display their damage 1 higher than it should have been.
  • Sprites updated.
  • Shroomite Breastplate now properly displays +13% ranged damage in its tooltip.
  • Desktop 1.2.2 : Increased the ranged damage bonus in stealth mode from 50% to 60% and the aggro reduction from 600 to 750.
  • Flame and Frozen Wings now fade when stealthed.
  • Some enemies will no longer chase players depending on level of stealth and distance.
  • Shroomite armor no longer loses stealth when using items.
  • Desktop 1.2.1 : Updated female sprite.
  • Desktop 1.2 : Introduced.

Console version

  • Console 1.02 : Introduced.
  • Switch 1.0.711.6 : Introduced.

Mobile version

  • Mobile 1.2.6508 : Introduced.
  • 3DS-Release : Introduced.
  • ↑ This is not a typo. The increase is applied multiplicatively, after all other damage increases have been applied.
  • ↑ A tick is a time unit countable by the software. Most of Terraria 's updating logic happens every tick. A tick has the length of 1/60th of a second, hence there are 60 ticks in a second and 3600 ticks in a minute.

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The Spectre Staff's homing projectiles in action.

The Spectre Staff is a Hardmode , post- Plantera magic weapon that fires a fast-moving white "lost soul" projectile which homes in on the nearest enemy . The projectile looks similar to the one fired by the Ragged Caster , but cannot travel through blocks Its projectiles can deal damage three times before disappearing. It has a 5* 1/20 (5%) / 7.38* 59/800 (7.38%) chance to drop from Ragged Casters found in the post-Plantera Dungeon .

Its best modifier is Mythical .

  • Like all weapons with homing projectiles, the Spectre Staff's projectiles do not home in on other players in PvP .
  • Despite having "Spectre" in it's name, The Spectre Staff cannot be crafted from Spectre Bars .

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  • Damage decreased from 72 to 65.
  • Each projectile can now hit up to 3 times, rather than only once.
  • Mana cost increased from 11 to 15.
  • Fixed FPS drop on multiplayer related to this weapon.
  • Fixed frame drops related to Spectre Staff shots.
  • Damage increased from 68 to 72.
  • Drop chance increased from 2.5% to 5%.
  • Mana cost decreased from 14 to 11.
  • Fixed bug where Spectre Staff was trying to chase a Wyvern off the top of the map.
  • Damage decreased from 70 to 68.
  • Mana cost increased from 9 to 14.
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Armor is a set of equipable defense items that reduce damage taken from enemies and most other damage sources. Armor pieces are equipped by placing them in the armor slots of the player's inventory. Armor can also be placed in vanity slots to change the player's appearance without affecting stats. Armor pieces are either crafted, purchased from NPCs , or dropped from enemies.

Most armor pieces also grant additional stats or effects such as damage. For several armor sets, these stats are divided for each of the main classes (Melee, Ranged, Mage, Summoner, and Rogue ) through helmet piece variants. Equipping a full set of the same armor type provides a Set Bonus , which is an additional unique effect provided. Some armor set bonuses such as Omega Blue armor have an activated ability which can be bound to a key .

The Calamity Mod adds 31 new armor sets and 2 miscellaneous armor pieces. 8 sets can be obtained Pre-Hardmode , 12 sets in Hardmode , and 11 sets post- Moon Lord . In addition, many vanilla armor sets are rebalanced, reworked, or given new effects.

  • 1.1 Pre-Hardmode
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  • 2 Miscellaneous
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Post-moon lord, miscellaneous, vanilla armor set changes, pre-hardmode ore armors, rogue armors.

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Originally posted by Strawberry Goat : Razorblade Typhoon from Duke. With the helmet I don't even need to heal unless I'm against multiple bosses in Frost Moon. Also you don't need horseshoe for fall damage when you have wings.
Originally posted by newturtlebread3 senpai : Originally posted by Strawberry Goat : Razorblade Typhoon from Duke. With the helmet I don't even need to heal unless I'm against multiple bosses in Frost Moon. Also you don't need horseshoe for fall damage when you have wings.
Originally posted by Strawberry Goat : Originally posted by newturtlebread3 senpai : havent fought duke yet, or have but failed, about 4 times any other recommendations, pre...pumpkin/frost moon/ duke items

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Originally posted by Cyborgt : Originally posted by Strawberry Goat : I'm not sure about magic items for Duke, sorry. For the moons, use Spectre Armor with the mask and Razorblade Typhoon. The hood reduces damage too much.
Originally posted by newturtlebread3 senpai : THANK YOU...okay let me be more specific, for boss like mobs such as the paladin or the headless horseman, or bosses hardmode bosses like plantera and skeletron prime

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Originally posted by Xi4od3ng : If you aren't ready for any of the endgame bosses or events yet... I'd say a Leaf Blower, possibly? It does a resonable amount of damage and fires pretty quickly. With that you could probably defeat Duke FIshron a few times and get the Razorblade Typhoon. In my opinion, weapons with medium or high damage and extremely fast firing rates are the best for spectre armor.
Originally posted by Dr McWeazel, PhD : AW NUTS I FORGOT A BUNCH OF 'EM. Alright, so the Golden Shower is a must have for Hardmode mages. You've probably already got it, but if you don't, go get the materials for it and get crafting. A Demon Scythe is also a very good choice, as while it isn't as good as a few Hardmode magic weapons, it hits hard enough and can be reforged very cheaply. A Magic Dagger is pretty good, too, as it's cheap to fire and drops relatively often from Mimics. If you have the good fortune to pick them up, a Shadowbeam Staff and an Unholy Trident will prove invaluable, the former for it's nigh infinte piercing and ricochet ability, and the latter for it's incredible damage. Once you start the Moons, a Razorpine (Frost Moon, from Everscream) or a Bat Scepter (Pumpkin Moon, from Pumpking) is invaluable, both capable of producing rather high DPS and the Bat Scepter having a homing capability. As stated before, if you can beat Fishron, the Razorblade Typhoon and Bubble Gun are truly exceptional additions to any player's arsenal, Mage or no.
Originally posted by newturtlebread3 senpai : really helpful, i do have the golden shower but have to find it amongst my hundreds of chests (im a hoarder and recently just been dumping all items into random chests). i have more than enough money about 60 platinium with the discount card from the pirate invasions i farmed. im just really low on magical items other than daggers and/or an aqua sceptor or two, plus the items i originally stated.

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Terraria Armor Tips (Spectre Armor, Modifiers, Gun Parts)

The Spectre Armor, consisting of the Spectre Robe and Pants, with the Spectre Mask or Hood, is a must-have for anyone interested in a magic build in Terraria. I understand that the type of Spectre Armor you can choose in Terraria is a matter of concern that requires your attention.

So, which Spectre Armor should I choose in Terraria? The choice of a Spectre Armor will vary depending on the player, considering that each set of Spectre Armor has limitations to its efficiency. One of the options you can take is having the Spectre Mask and Spectre Hood and switching between them throughout the game, depending on the situation. This way, you will keep yourself alive and manage the continuous damages.

The Spectre Armor, in Hardmode, is available to players after defeating the Planetera boss. It reduces the damage from magic, converts it to a healing force, and boosts magic weapons. Therefore, which Spectre Armor should one choose in Terraria?

Between the Spectre Robe, Spectre Pants, and the Spectre Hood and Mask , you can choose the Spectre Hood and Mask since you can use them interchangeably; however, it depends on your tactics and the mission at hand.

If you choose the Spectre Hood and Mask, you should keep both of them and store the one you are not using in the decorative slot. As long as your health is high, the Mask will serve you well. However, if you need to recharge, then switch to the Hood.

If a player wears a full Spectre set, the effect will manifest white orbs when they hit their enemy with a magic weapon . This effect is dependent on the headpiece option. For instance, with the Spectre Mask, you expect the orbs to act as homing projectiles. On the other hand, the orbs will travel to a player and heal them if you select the Spectre Hood as your headpiece option.

In Terraria, you can get the Spectre Armor through crafting. The entire Spectre Armor set features four pieces of armor, including the Spectre Robe, Spectre Pants, and the Spectre Hood and Mask, which are the helmet variants.

Crafting each piece of the Spectre Armor requires materials including the Spectre Bar, Chlorophyte bar, and Ectoplasm . The Chlorophyte bar and Ectoplasm are mostly necessary for Nintendo players. With the required materials, you can proceed to an Orichalcum Anvil or Mythril Anvil for crafting.

The Spectre Hood’s healing and the Spectre Mask’s damage feature efficacy limitations. For the Spectre Hood healing, the basis of the healing is Life Steal, recharging by 30 each second up to a maximum of 80/70. Thus, in constant combat, healing will be at 30 health per second, with an original burst of 80/70.

The basis for damage in the Spectre Mask is the Ghost Damage, while the damage dealt in every hit drains this stat . Depending on your console, the Ghost Damage will recharge by 400/ 250/150 up to a maximum of 1500/1000 every second.

A player wearing a full set with either of the helmet options will be translucent, with a ghostly appearance. Equally, a player will be translucent if they ride a Minecart. On a full set of Spectre Armor, you should also expect a translucent appearance as dyes are invisible.

Depending on the helmet you wear, you can get a bonus in the game . If you wear a full set of Spectre Armor, you will get a bonus, enabling you to perform any magic to your enemies and release projectiles that will take homage to other enemies or the original target if there is no enemy in the vicinity. On the other hand, if the Spectre Hood is equipped, the 20 percent of the magic you will deal with will return to you with the lowest current HP. This magic damage will also decrease by 40%.

Can Armor Have Modifiers in Terraria?

Modifiers in Terraria apply permanent changes to an item’s stat. Therefore, can armor have modifiers in Terraria?

There is a 75 percent chance of getting random armor modifiers in Terraria when you craft an armor . If this does not happen, you can rely on the universal armor modifier or reforge the armor with Goblin Tinkerer NPC. Some of the best modifiers in Terraria include Godly, Legendary, Demonic, Unreal, and Mythical.

The Godly modifier is ideal for melee weapons that you cannot modify their speed or size. For other melee weapons, you can work with the Legendary modifier. The Demonic modifier is suitable for ranged weapons lacking the knockback, while the Unreal is ideal for the rest of the weapons in this category. Mythical modifiers are ideal for magic weapons with knockback.

Universal modifiers are available on all types of weapons . The Godly or Demonic modifier is the best in this category. Their difference is in the knockback, as highlighted above. Even then, the knockback is a non-beneficial stat, with this difference being negligible, such that these two rank the same.

Reforging, provided by the Goblin Tinkerer, applies a random modifier to an item in exchange for coins. This service allows players to add extra stats to armor, weapons, and accessories and uses the same technique as enchanting. You can reforge an item once, but replacement can occur severally.

A reforge offers greater stat boosts with a higher Rarity of an item . Reforging adds a modifier to an item or replaces an existing modifier. At the end of this activity, you should modify all items. You should note that you cannot reforge armor, vanity items, and special tools like the Grappling Hook .

By purchasing a reforge from the Goblin Tinkerer’s interface, you can apply better or worse stats to the item in question. This could include improved damage, better movement speed, or the improvement of the item’s defense bonus. Possible modifications could also include making the items in question less desirable. This could include making a weapon cause less damage or slow its firing speed.

Weapons and accessories have different lists of their buffs and debuffs . When you reforge an item, this action randomly chooses the applicable buff or debuff from the respective list. If you reforge multiple times, this action will not stack the items, rather, the recent reforge will overwrite existing buffs on the item. Thus, you can reforge an item as many times as you wish without facing any penalty.

To add a modifier through the Goblin Tinkerer, you will need the Goblin Tinkerer, obtainable after defeating the Goblin army, an amount of money depending on the item’s value you want to reforge, and the weapon or accessory in question.

Start by talking to Goblin Tinkerer and select Reforge from the populate options . Next, place the items you want to reforge in the box that pops below the inventory. You will see a small grey hammer below the listed cost, which will reforge the item in question for the listed price when you click.

If you are using an old generation console or a mobile version, you can reforge by clicking the reforge tab. Next, speak to Goblin Tinkerer and click the reforge button. This action will pull up the inventory and highlight items you can reforge. These items are those that a shadow cannot hide. You can move your cursor over these items and press the reforge button once on the items you want to reforge.

To add modifiers, the Goblin Tinkerer will charge a third of the item’s current value, equivalent to one-third of its base value or 5/3 of its selling price . If you want to lower the reforge cost, you can utilize the Discount Card or Greedy Ring, which cuts it by 20 percent. Also, the current modifiers will affect an item’s value. Thus, items with poor modifiers will be cheaper to reforge while already well-modified items will be expensive.

What Can You Make With Illegal Gun Parts in Terraria?

As their name suggests, Illegal guns are prohibited in Terraria yet useful crafting materials. If you possess illegal gun parts or know how to obtain them, I will help you know their importance and what you can make with them.

Illegal gun parts in Terraria are one of the crafting materials useful in making the Flamethrower , Megashark, and Sandgun. You will have to transact with the Arms Dealer at night since such trade is illegal to get these gun parts. The Arms Dealer is an important NPC in the game. In addition to the illegal gun parts, he will also sell you Ammo and the Minishark.

To find the Arms Dealer, you will need first to gain the Ammo and then get the gun. Getting the gun is easier than the Ammo, and with the Ammo at hand, you are a step closer to the arms dealer.

From here, go underground to the Shadow Orb, where a musket will drop, enabling you to get to the Arms Dealer . However, you will need to do several explorations, and once you get a gun that can fire bullets from your inventory, the Arms Dealer will appear.

The Megashark is a Minishark Hardmode upgrade. Thus, before crafting it, you will need your hands on the Minishark. Getting a Minishark will require you to put in the effort. You can purchase it from the Arms Dealer at 35 Gold Coins, hence demanding in Pre-Hardmode.

Given its high cost in Pre-Hardmode, it is advisable to wait until you are in Hardmode to buy it as your enemies will drop more money . Once you acquire your Minishark, the next step is to make more shark-Ys. This implies collecting five shark fins by killing sharks in the ocean biome.

In as much as the Megashark is a good gun, it is illegal, and getting some of its parts will have to be a night trade to keep things quiet. Thus, your final step will be to get the Souls of Might, making this item super.

Souls of Might are difficult to get, but you can acquire it easily from the Destroyer boss if you have a piercing weapon . Once you gather all the above pieces, take your Minishark, five shark fins, the twenty Souls of Might, and one illegal Gun Part to a Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil to craft your Megashark.

The Flamethrower is another powerful weapon in Terraria, dealing with 55 damages per second with an average shot of about 30. To craft the Flamethrower, you will need twenty iron or lead ingot made in a normal furnace in the respective ore.

You will also need twenty souls of fright, which drop after killing the Skeletron Prime . Lastly, you will need illegal gun parts, attainable from the merchant at night at 20 gold coins. Once you collect all the parts you need, like in the making of the Megashark, proceed to the anvil and craft the Flamethrower.

While using this weapon, you should be aware of its setbacks. For instance, it can, from time to time, impose the On Fire debuff on you and your friendly characters, making you lose up to four health units. To eliminate this effect, you will have to go into the water to neutralize the debuff.

Lastly, you can craft the Sandgun using the one illegal gun parts, five topaz, and ten Antlion mandibles . This gun causes low damage and can cause sand clumping where you fire. Like the Flamethrower, you should be cautious when using this gun, as it can create sandy messes. Also, it can block you from landing a hit on your enemy, making it a difficult gun to use against enemies.

When playing Terraria, you are likely to have a different Spectre choice from other players, considering each set has its limitations. Even then, you can consider both the Spectre Hood and Spectre Mask and switch between them depending on your situation. This way, you will manage the damages and keep yourself alive.

To apply permanent changes to an item stat in Terraria, you will utilize modifiers. Armors in Terraria have up to a 75 percent chance of getting a modifier. However, if you do not succeed, you can reforge or rely on the universal armor modifiers.

Finally, you can use illegal gun parts in Terraria to craft materials, including Sandgun, Megashark, and Flamethrower. Getting these parts requires illegal transactions with the Arms Dealer at night. Even with the risks in this venture, the benefits you will reap from the crafted materials make it a worthy hassle.

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Weapons & Equip   Problem with Spectre hood healing

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  • While the Hood is equipped, hitting the same target repeatedly will yield less healing after a short time. This makes the healing far less effective against bosses and other tough enemies. One can still heal the normal amount by switching targets."

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Jacob said: http://terraria.wiki.gg/Spectre_armor "Notes: While the Hood is equipped, hitting the same target repeatedly will yield less healing after a short time. This makes the healing far less effective against bosses and other tough enemies. One can still heal the normal amount by switching targets." I HEAVILY disagree with this being something in the game. Please remove it. Mage is already better with AOE than they are with single target, and they overall heal less with the spectre hood against single targets (since they have the potential to hit a lot more, which can then heal them more). While healing is slightly more effective against bosses, this is a little bit ridiculous, they already heal less from situations like those. Click to expand...
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  1. Spectre armor

    Spectre armor is a Hardmode, post- Plantera armor set that offers magic weapon boosts. The set consists of the Spectre Robe and Spectre Pants, with either the Spectre Hood or Spectre Mask headpiece. Wearing a full set causes small white orbs to manifest whenever the player hits an enemy with a magic weapon.

  2. Spectre

    Spectre armor, a post- Plantera armor set that grants magic bonuses Spectre Staff, a post- Plantera magic weapon dropped by Ragged Casters Spectre Bar , a bar used to craft many Spectre-related tools Spectre Pickaxe, a high-tier pickaxe crafted using Spectre Bars Spectre Hamaxe, a high-tier hamaxe crafted using Spectre Bars Spectre Paintbrush

  3. Armor

    Armor is a set of equipable defense items that reduce damage taken from enemies and most other damage sources. Armor pieces are equipped by placing them in the armor slots of the player's inventory. Armor can also be placed in vanity slots to change the player's appearance without affecting stats.

  4. Spectral armor

    Spectral armor is a Hardmode magic armor set consisting of the Spectral Headgear, the Spectral Armor and the Spectral Subligar. Each separate piece of Spectral armor has a 1/9 (11.11%) chance of being dropped by Ocram, or can otherwise be crafted. A full set of Spectral armor provides the following benefits: +40 defense +150 maximum mana

  5. Spectre armor

    Spectre armor is a Hardmode, post- Plantera armor set that offers magic weapon boosts. The set consists of the Spectre Robe and Spectre Pants, with either the Spectre Hood or Spectre Mask headpiece. Wearing a full set causes small white orbs to manifest whenever the player hits an enemy with a magic weapon.

  6. Spectre Staff

    The Spectre Staff is a Hardmode, post- Plantera magic weapon that fires a fast-moving ( 61 mph) white "Lost Soul" projectile which homes in on the nearest enemy. The projectile looks similar to the one fired by the Ragged Caster, but cannot travel through blocks.

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  8. Spectre Armor

    The Spectre Armor, consisting of the Spectre Hood / Mask, Spectre Robe, and Spectre Pants, is a set of caster armor added in the 1.2 update. Spectre Bars are required for the crafting of the pieces. It takes 54 Spectre Bars to make a complete set of armor.

  9. Spectre

    Spectre may refer to: Spectre armor, a post-Plantera armor set that grants magic bonuses Spectre Staff, a post-Plantera magic weapon dropped by Ragged Casters Spectre Bar, a bar used to craft many Spectre-related tools Spectre Pickaxe, a high-tier pickaxe crafted using Spectre Bars Spectre...

  10. Spectre Bar

    Spectre Bars are Hardmode bars crafted from Chlorophyte Bars and Ectoplasm. They are used to make the Spectre gear, tools, and painting tools. Crafting all items requires 176 Spectre Bars (88 Ectoplasm and 176 Chlorophyte Bars, or 880 / 1,056 ores.) The word spectre means ghost, this makes sense within Terraria because it is made from Ectoplasm Terraria uses the British-English spelling for ...

  11. Chlorophyte armor

    Chlorophyte armor is a Hardmode armor set available after defeating all three mechanical bosses. It can be considered a partial upgrade of Hallowed armor, granting more defense and being geared more towards high ranged and magic damage output.

  12. Spectral armor

    Spectral armor is a Hardmode magic armor set consisting of the Spectral Headgear, the Spectral Armor and the Spectral Subligar. Each separate piece of Spectral armor has a 11.11*1/9 (11.11%) chance of being dropped by Ocram, or can otherwise be crafted. A full set of Spectral armor provides the following benefits: +40 defense +150 maximum mana +30% magic damage +25% magic critical strike ...

  13. Spectre Enchantment (Fargo's Mod)

    The Spectre Enchantment is a craftable post-Plantera Accessory that is themed after Spectre armor.

  14. Shroomite armor

    Shroomite armor is a Hardmode, post- Plantera armor set that boosts the effectiveness of ranged weapons. It is the second-strongest ranger armor available, only beaten by Vortex armor / Titan armor . A full set of Shroomite armor will provide the following stats: +51 defense +13% ranged damage +25% ranged critical strike chance

  15. Spectre Staff

    The Spectre Staff is a Hardmode, post-Plantera magic weapon that fires a fast-moving white "lost soul" projectile which homes in on the nearest enemy. The projectile looks similar to the one fired by the Ragged Caster, but cannot travel through blocks Its projectiles can deal damage three times before disappearing. It has a 5*1/20 (5%) / 7.38*59/800 (7.38%) chance to drop from Ragged Casters ...

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  17. Armor

    Armor is a set of equipable defense items that reduce damage taken from enemies and most other damage sources. Armor pieces are equipped by placing them in the armor slots of the player's inventory. Armor can also be placed in vanity slots to change the player's appearance without affecting stats.

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  20. Gaia armor (Fargo's Mod)

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    what items go good with spectre armor? i finally was able to conjure up enough ectoplasm to make a set of spectre armor (both helmets too, so one can refill health, and the other launches extra projectiles). The problem is i dont know what are the best items to use for it. In terms of weapons and accessories, what would you recommend.

  22. Terraria Armor Tips (Spectre Armor, Modifiers, Gun Parts)

    In Terraria, you can get the Spectre Armor through crafting. The entire Spectre Armor set features four pieces of armor, including the Spectre Robe, Spectre Pants, and the Spectre Hood and Mask, which are the helmet variants. Crafting each piece of the Spectre Armor requires materials including the Spectre Bar, Chlorophyte bar, and Ectoplasm.

  23. Problem with Spectre hood healing

    Weapons & Equip Problem with Spectre hood healing. Thread starter Jacob; Start date Apr 3, 2016; Forums